Former members of the earlier Richmond mayor’s safety element have filed a lawsuit claiming they have been pressured to work unpaid extra time.
The Richmond Occasions Dispatch stories that the lawsuit was filed by 4 metropolis cops who offered safety for ex-Mayor Dwight C. Jones.
The officers say within the lawsuit that the Richmond Police Division and metropolis have been hypersensitive to the notion that additional time was “wasteful authorities spending.” The lawsuit claims that a end result, the police division prohibited the cost of extra time to members of the unit beginning in Might 2015.
A lawyer for the officers says they’re suing “to obtain the additional time wages they’re owed.”
Mayor Levar Stoney disbanded the unit when he took workplace in January.
A police division spokesman stated it does not touch upon pending litigation.